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In this section you can  learn how to join AWS, support AWS, register to receive updates and information about AWS and participate in public consultations. These are accessible using the links on the left side of this page.

AWS Introductory Membership is now at reduced rate up to end of 2016

Multi-stakeholder participation is a core principle of water stewardship. “AWS Introductory Membership” is valid up to the end of 2016 and allows organizations joining AWS to participate in the design of the next phase of AWS. To encourage maximum participation in this design and decision-making process we are now offering AWS Introductory Membership at a 50% reduced rate. To take advantage of this opportunity please complete and submit the application form.

To see who has joined already please visit the "AWS Members" page. 

“We had been struggling for years to address the issue of unit level water security which we knew was not possible without accounting for the interests of other stakeholders. AWS provided the framework and guidance to help us understand the issues involved and also develop our approach which has led to several projects being implemented across India” :- Sanjib Bezbaroa, ITC

“CARE USA became a member of the AWS as it is an innovative platform convening a much needed spectrum of stakeholders to promote a more responsible use of our world's limited freshwater resources” :- Kemi Seesink, CARE USA

Who can join AWS?

AWS Introductory Membership is open to legally registered organizations that are committed to the principles of water stewardship and to promoting the water stewardship system.

What are the benefits of AWS Introductory Membership?

Joining AWS as an Introductory Member AWS will provide the opportunity to

  • Promote your organization’s support for responsible use of freshwater
  • Help to shape the technical development of the AWS system, including the AWS Standard, verification system and accreditation program.
  • Participate in shaping AWS governance and organizational structures
  • Build partnerships with other leading organizations

Membership categories

AWS Introductory Members are recognised as belonging to three categories: private sector, public sector and civil society groups.   

Membership structure

AWS will be governed by its members, in accordance with an approved constitution (for a copy of the constitution please get in touch). The General Assembly of members will elect the AWS Board as well as the Technical Committee to review the AWS Standard and other technical material, and to ensure the integrity and quality control of the AWS system.

How to join AWS?

To join AWS as an Introductory Member please download the membership application form and submit it to: INFO(AT)ALLIANCEFORWATERSTEWARDSHIP(DOT)ORG

Introductory membership fees now reduced until the end of 2016

The reduced AWS Introductory membership fees are outlined below

 

 

 

The list of AWS Introductory Members is growing steadily. Our current lists of members are listed below.

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Full list of AWS members by sector

 

Support AWS

As we roll out the AWS system, there are numerous opportunities to support the future development of AWS and water stewardship, either through funding or in-kind contributions. Options include

  • Pilot testing the AWS Standard, for example within your business or with supply chain or investment partners.
  • Providing technical support to companies applying the AWS Standard
  • Strengthening AWS engagement in your region
  • Hosting events to promote water stewardship, for example within a specific industry sector
  • Strengthening the capacity of the AWS Secretariat through in-kind technical assistance or consulting.

If you are interested in strengthening the impact of water stewardship, please get in touch at info-at-allianceforwaterstewardship-dot-org

 

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Register interest

Join us as we work together to establish a water stewardship program to recognize and reward water management and usage that is socially and economically beneficial as well as environmentally sustainable.

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Learn more about supporting the Alliance. Send us your details and a member of the Alliance team will make contact to discuss how you might get involved.

For general enquiries about AWS, please contact us by email at info-at-allianceforwaterstewardship-dot-org

Individual members of the AWS secretariat can be contacted using the following links. 

Adrian Sym, Executive Director - email Adrian

Mark Dent, AWS Regional Manager Southern Africa - email Mark

Matt Howard, AWS Director, North America - email Matt

Zhenzhen Xu, AWS Asia Pacific Regional Director - email Zhenzhen

Richard Robertson, AWS Technical Manager - email Richard


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